Campus Happenings

  • Dickinson State University (DSU) will celebrate the investiture of its 13th president, Stephen D. Easton, J.D., during a formal ceremony Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, at 9 a.m. MT in Dorothy Stickney Auditorium. Easton began his appointment as interim presid

  •   NDSU’s fall enrollment includes a freshman class of 2,307, four percent higher than last year’s first-year class of 2,218. Overall, enrollment is 12,846. Last year’s overall enrollment was 13,173. “We are pleased with the increase in first-yea

  •   NDSU, North Dakota Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (known as EPSCoR) and partner institutions across the nation have been awarded a one-year, $770,143 collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation to address th

  •   An NDSU alumnus is an important player in North Dakota’s fight against COVID-19. Tim Brookins, BS ’87, MS ’90, electric and electronic engineering, is the founder of ProudCrowd LLC, a software company that has developed the state’s new Care19

  •   NDSU’s Nice Center is a founding partner and lead organizer for the second annual Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, scheduled for Sept. 21-25. More than 30 events are planned across the community. Virtual and small in-person events will help part

  •   A series of upcoming virtual jobs fairs will give NDSU students and alumni an opportunity to explore internships and career opportunities. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the events will be held virtually, with employer and student registrations

  •   Benjamin J.C. Laabs, associate professor of geosciences, has received two research grants and published a paper in a leading journal. Laabs is the principal investigator on a grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation Geoinformatics progr

  •   NDSU has received a three-year, $5,792,117 grant from the Office of Naval Research to combat contaminants on ship hulls and ice on ship structures. “Infrastructure is constantly plagued by the settlement of environmental contaminants that are

  •   The search for the next NDSU provost has been narrowed to an outstanding group of five candidates. Campus visits have been scheduled in September. During the finalists’ visits to NDSU, each candidate will have a series of interviews and partic

  •   Several NDSU transportation and logistics graduate programs recently were designated as STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programs, signaling to potential students and employers that graduates will be skilled in the lates

  •   Benjamin J.C. Laabs, associate professor of geosciences, has received two research grants and published a paper in a leading journal. Laabs is the principal investigator on a grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation Geoinformatics progr

  •   NDSU’s Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth will bring to campus major thought leader Arthur C. Brooks to help launch the Menard Family Distinguished Speakers Series. Brooks, professor of practice and public lea